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  • n. Plural form of sidekick.


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  • Oops, I should have wrote: I see one of Mark Koldys sidekicks is here.

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  • (And the kick-ass Buffy-clone chicks saving incompetent male sidekicks is really getting old for me.)

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  • This really is the first thing that came to mind when I saw the described the cover as saying, "this is a sci-fi shooter just like every other sci-fi shooter, only your sidekicks are a guy with a lemon for a face and the girl from House."

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  • One of his sidekicks was a young man named Che Guevara who had been in Guatemala in 1954 and had seen the democratically elected Jacobo Arbenz be deposed in a CIA backed coup after acting out his electoral promise to nationalise land belonging to the same United Fruit Company and distribute it amongst the dispossessed.

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  • (And he doesn't really think his theory applies to mere "sidekicks" -- characters whose actions are the same no matter what you do.

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  • I wanted to join into this "sidekicks" jam, so I whipped up Captain N's Mega Man. who was less of an ass-kicking robot and more of a fat little man in a tracksuit.

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  • Regarding the Helm of Fate - you all DO realize that it's a strange coincidence when you have TWO super-heroes wandering through the SAME comic that both have self-sustained, floating golden "sidekicks", right?

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  • The US secretary of state, Condoleezza Rice, used her harshest language to date in testimony to Congress on Thursday in which she called Venezuela and Cuba "sidekicks" of Iran, and launched a campaign to rally international opposition to the Chávez government.

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  • In February 2006, Secretary of State Rice referred to Venezuela, along with Cuba, as "sidekicks" of Iran in reference to those countries 'votes in the International Atomic Energy Agency against reporting Iran to the U.N. Security Council over its uranium enrichment program.

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  • The country appears to host an endless supply of hyper-ventilating mullahs and television talking heads eager to blame the evil Yankee, along with perennial sidekicks India and Israel, for everything from flood waters in the Punjab to traffic jams in Karachi.

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